A gradual decrease in clouds is expected as we go throughout the day. Highs will be in the 30s, holding steady throughout the day.
Tonight will start of dry with increasing clouds. After midnight we will be tracking the potential for freezing drizzle/light freezing rain mixing with snow. Temperatures will likely rise after midnight. We will have to watch for some slick spots early in the morning. Any snow accumulation will be less than a half inch, and any ice accumulation will be a few hundredths of an inch – just enough to cause slick spots on the roads.
Light wintry mix comes to an end early Wednesday morning. The sky eventually becomes mostly sunny with highs near 30, and potentially falling throughout the day with a breezy northwest wind.
Thursday will be very cold ahead of a potential winter storm bringing snow and a wintry mix Friday into Friday night. Stay with KWWL for continued updates.